Vixen’s Valor

North Pole City Tales: Book  3 | Sequel to The Heart of Frost

Synopsis

Rein Dear is a prestigious title, accompanied by admiration, devotion, and celebrity status, all of which one saucy Vixen thrives on. Alas, Vixen’s only concerned with having fun, unlike his stuffy and sensible best friend, Rudy Rein Dear, who Vixen has always been jealous of. Aside from being chosen by Mayor Kringle to be Captain the Rein Dear Squadron, Rudy’s managed to snag himself a prince, even if that prince is the dangerous and imposing Jack Frost.

All’s not lost for Vixen though. He discovers Jack’s cousin Vale has a soft spot for him. Vale Frost might not be a dashing prince, but he’s the next best thing: a decorated Lieutenant for the Toy Soldier Army, and a member of the Frost monarchy.

Determined to get what Vixen feels he deserves, he sets off on a mission to ensnare the kind-hearted lieutenant. But Vixen’s selfish ways are sure to lead to disaster, and it’ll take more than a little courage to set things right.

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Praise

One of the things I love about this time of year is all the holiday stories up for grabs. Another of the things I love about this time of year is that I know Charlie Cochet is going to offer up the next installment in her North Pole City Tales, a series that, if you haven’t jumped on the sleigh ride already, I ha-ha-happily recommend you do. Filled with sugar, and spice, and everything nice—or naughty, in Vixen’s case—Vixen’s Valor is a story of jealousy and betrayal and, eventually, of sacrifice in the name of love.

~ The Novel Approach | Read the full review here.

Vixen’s Valor is the third book in Charlie Cochet’s North Pole City Tale series. I look forward to this series every single year. I absolutely love it. It’s super sweet and so much fun. From beginning to end—the romance, the interference from the antagonist, the uphill battle with Vale’s family (minus his father, who is kick ass), the date, and all the drama that comes after—this novella is charming and fun and captivating. I enjoyed everything about it. My only complaint is that I’m going to have to wait another year before another North Pole City Tales story comes out. I love them so much, and Vixen’s Valor most of all. I definitely recommend Vixen’s Valor by Charlie Cochet.

~ Joyfully Jay | Read the full review here.

We get an excellent story, a blossoming romance, jealousy and insecurity, betrayal and danger and some wonderful romantic moments, along with that dash of Christmas magic that make the Rein Dear stories so wonderful. I recommend this to those who love fantasy and magic, elves and Christmas, love and longing, danger and sacrifice, forgiveness and hope and a wonderful happy ending.

MM Good Books Reviews | Read the full review here.

If you have enjoyed the first two installments of the North Pole City Tales series by Charlie Cochet (Mending Noel and The Heart of Frost), then you are probably as excited for this year’s installment as I was. If you haven’t read Ms. Cochet’s take on the North Pole mythos and the creatures of the snow, I highly recommend this series.

~ Prism Book Alliance | Read the full review here.

“If you’ve not read any of the North Pole City Tales yet, then you’re in for a treat because these really do bring to mind the fantasy Christmas stories that I remember being entranced by when I was a kid. What I do love, is that even though these charming treats are for a more mature audience, Charlie still manages to give them that enchanting fairytale feel, and she really injects the true magic of Christmas into these cute, sexy “Toyland” style stories in a way that just works!”

~ Sinfully Sexy Book Reviews | Read the full review here.

This is such a fun series! Charlie Cochet has put together a sweet holiday saga laced with visions of sugar plum fairies, toy soldiers, Santa’s elves, and the highly esteemed Rein Dear squad. Her subtle sense of North Pole humor is woven throughout each of the books in the series, and this one is no exception. Don’t hesitate to pick it up.

~ Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words | Read the full review here.

AwardsMentions

Joyfully Jay – December favorite Covers 2014

SeriesOrder
Mending Noel (North Pole City Tales, Book 1)
The Heart of Frost (North Pole City Tales, Book 2)
Vixen’s Valor (North Pole City Tales, Book 3)
Loving Blitz (North Pole City Tales, Book 4)
Disarming Donner (North Pole City Tales, Book 5)

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